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Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Chiefs due to injuries to both ankles. SOURCE: Joe Person, Charlotte ObserverFantasy Spin:Stewart suffered a left high-ankle sprain and also re-injured his right ankle last Monday night. DeAngelo Williams will start but isn't much of a fantasy option.
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Carolina Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart is doubtful
to play this weekend against the Kansas City Chiefs after missing a week of
practice due to an ankle injury.
Stewart is dealing with injuries to both of his ankles; a
high ankle sprain in his left and a more generic sprain in his right. He’s
doubtful and most expect him to be sidelined against the Chiefs. The
Carolina Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart (ankle) didn’t make the trip to Kansas City for today’s game against the Chiefs.
The game will go on, so fb news takes on much lesser importance. But, Panthers RB Jonathan Stewart (ankle) did not make trip to Kansas City.
— Joe Person (@josephperson) December 1, 2012
We’ll likely see a lot of DeAngelo Williams and Mike Tolbert...
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After losing twelve consecutive coin tosses, the Carolina Panthers have posted a poll on the team's Facebook page asking fans to pick heads or tails.
Panthers wideout Steve Smith captured a season-high 120 receiving yards Sunday in a loss to Kansas City.Fantasy Spin:It was Smith's fourth 100-yard game of the season but his first since Week 8. Smith's 23-yard score in the second quarter was his 61st NFL touchdown.
Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart re-injured his right ankle Monday night versus the Eagles in addition to suffering a high-ankle sprain to his left ankle. SOURCE: Joe Person, Charlotte ObserverFantasy Spin:Stewart missed two of the first three games this season after spraining his right ankle during the preseason. Now he's dealing with two sore ankles and hasn't practiced...
When you have lost 12 coin tosses this season things are bad. By nature the coin toss gives a team a 50% chance of winning, yet the Carolina Panthers have lost on each of them to start their 11 game this season as well as losing out on one in an overtime loss to Tampa Bay.
Instead of taking an 0-for-13 the Panthers have sought the help from its fans to choose for Sunday’s game...
The Carolina Panthers turned to their fans via Facebook and Reddit yesterday for advice on how to call the team’s next coin flip as the team is 0-13 (including one overtime) on the toss this season. Much like trying to remember if it’s “liquor before beer, have no fear” or “beer before liquor, never sicker” six drinks into a bender, the captains of the Panthers seem to...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- For what it's worth, the Carolina Panthers made a point to tip their collective taps, as much as caps can be tipped when there's blood on the ground and tears in the air. Pro football is a fraternity, after all, brothers decapitating brothers.
"They didn't look like a 1-10 team to me," Panthers tackle Jordan Gross offered after Carolina...
The Carolina Panthers are facing the Kansas City Chiefs who are dealing with a terrible tragedy that occurred yesterday with a murder suicide. Quarterback Cam Newton faked the hand off for a play action pass to find a wide open Greg Olsen who took it in for an easy six points. Newton, who is going through kind of a sophomore slump, is bouncing back from a press conference that he...
Carolina Panthers (3-8) at Kansas City Chiefs (1-10)
Obviously, I can’t do this write up without mentioning the tragedy that happened Saturday Morning. Early Saturday morning, Chiefs’ starting middle linebacker Jovan Belcher murdered his girlfriend at their house and then came to the Chiefs’ practice facility and committed suicide in front of several teammates and coaches,...
Despite today's tragedy involving Jovan Belcher's apparent homicide, suicide, the NFL has advised the Carolina Panthers to make the trip to Kansas City as planned according to Joe Person.
Considering the NFL's history of canceling games only in the most extreme of circumstances, it's unsurprising that this game will be played, although it seems surprising that...
Chiefs cornerback Brandon Flowers and safety Abe Elam left Sunday's game with injuries, leaving Kansas City short in the defensive backfield against the Panthers' Cam Newton.
Elam left with what the team characterized as a left leg injury. Flowers hobbled to the sideline with a hamstring injury after making a tackle late in the first quarter.
On the next play, Panthers...